Question about Suzuki Cars & Trucks
cruise controls have evolved now, big time.
after a few lawsuits. (ask toyota that?) Billions ! payed out.....
so what does that mean, it means read the FSM.
the FSM covers how it works.
on newer cars with Fly by wire. (throttle by wire)
the ECU (PCM) cuts the cruise dead, if the PCM seen any errors
from the 4 TPS sensors (2 on foot, 2 on the throttle body)
or if PCM sees the throttle motor mess up!
or of the PCM is in failsafe mode,
ever consider checking fuse first
then the check engine light ? glows running,
or scanning it???
cant fix cars with out a scan too. CAN"T
the above post is for relic cars... he never seen a new car.
Richards post. and videol
btw OP, this question has been asked and answered correctly like 10 times here. already.
the Cruise on new cars is 100% software.
in the old days, not. in the old days, it had Cruise parts.
no more..... that is history.
brake switch dead. for cruise. some cars have 3 switches in one.
i have the cruise schematic here,
and its just brakes, and the throttle by wire.
that is it and software to make it all work.
ill paste the FSM page on cruise for you, 1st paragraph.
(tac = throttle by wire in english)
The Throttle Actuator Control (TAC) system is used to improve emissions, fuel economy and drivability. The TAC system eliminates the mechanical link between the accelerator pedal and the throttle plate. The TAC system eliminates the need for a cruise control module and idle air control motor. The following is a list of TAC system components:
Posted on May 02, 2015
Faulty switch, faulty servo
Posted on May 02, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
ddlucia: there is one fuse box located in the engine compartment.
it is a large black box. it will contain the headlight fuses.
The other fuse block is inside the passengers compartment.on the drivers side. some of the cars had the cruise control fuses in this panel others were in the engine compartment.
Posted on May 02, 2009
SOURCE: 2007 suzuki forenza shift lever
check your owner's manual for shift interlock and how to bypass. make sure your brake lights are working. If not check for blown fuse. brake light switch failure will cause shifter interlock to not function. neutral safety switch must also be checked.
Posted on Sep 14, 2010
SOURCE: 2007 suzuki forenza a/c stop
Posted on May 26, 2011
on a 2006 it is on the throttle body at the throttle plate. There are actually three TPS sensors in this configuration. One attached to the gas pedal. One attached to the throtle body And, one located inside the top of the engine block. The defective TPS sensor is removable with four screws. American Suzuki has to be a pain in the *** by selling it only as part of the entire throttle body.
Posted on Sep 18, 2011
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